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Posts Tagged ‘Customer Remediation in Financial Services’

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Put Away Your Ledger Cards, Open Banking is Here to Stay

Open Banking is going to do for the banking industry what the introduction of the Apple smart phone did for cell phones. What is Open Banking?  Open banking transforms the way financial data is shared and accessed, allowing third-party data providers and other banks to access financial data in traditional banking systems through application programming […]

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6 Reasons Financial Institutions Are Embracing Risk and Regulation Tactics

In the fast-paced realm of finance, the significance of regulatory risk and compliance management practices cannot be overstated. This blog post delves into the pivotal role these practices play in ensuring the stability and success of financial institutions and banks. By adopting a proactive stance and leveraging technological advancements, financial entities can navigate the regulatory […]

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Avoiding Client Remediation With RCSA (Part 3 of 3)

In our first blog in this series, Getting Started With Client Remediation (Part 1 of 3), we discussed how to get a client remediation program started, what levels of an organization should be involved in the client remediation program, and how ultimately positive outcomes, such as lower risks, improved technology, and risk monitoring, may result from […]

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Client Remediation – Running the Program (Part 2 of 3)

In our first blog in this series, Getting Started With Client Remediation (Part 1 of 3), we discussed how to get a client remediation program started, what levels of the organization should be involved in client remediation programs, and how ultimately good things, such as lower risks, improved technology, and risk monitoring, may result from […]

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Getting Started With Client Remediation (Part 1 of 3)

Your firm has, whether it was an individual or collective organization, violated the first component of the Hippocratic Oath – “first, do no harm” (or “primum non nocere,” the original Latin translation from the Greeks) while interacting with a client. Some combination of your conscience and your lawyers make you want to “make things right,” […]